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Bitteroots!

Discussion in 'Simonich Knives LLC' started by Rob Simonich, May 26, 2003.

  1. Boink

    Boink

    Jun 6, 2002
    Figured this would be nice with some paracord on it.

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  2. Rob Simonich

    Rob Simonich Big Bear

    Oct 3, 1998
    Boink, great job! That looks great as well as being functional! :)
     
  3. bquinlan

    bquinlan

    Jan 5, 2001
    After repeatedly fighting my wife over my Talonite Bitteroot I finally gave her one for our sixth anniversary. :D

    She really loves that little knife! It's the first neck knife she has actually been willing to wear all the time.

    Great design, Rob! Everyone should have one of these.

    --Bob Q
     
  4. Rob Simonich

    Rob Simonich Big Bear

    Oct 3, 1998
    Thats great Bob, the ladies do seem to like the little bugger!:D
     
  5. mumbleypeg

    mumbleypeg

    181
    May 24, 2003
    Not that I'm trying to become the flag waiving bannerboy for Simonich knives...but....I received my Talonite Bitteroot from Tom Walz at carbide Processors, this was as a result of the contest from the Ed Fowler pronghorn thread that seemed to go somewhat awry.

    If everything would go this wrong I'd be so happy. The Bitteroot is a very cool knife.

    Thanks to Tom and Rob and all those who hotly contest opinions here on the BF.

    Mike
     
  6. PWork

    PWork

    Apr 24, 2002
    OK, I decided to try a cord wrap on my Bitteroot. While pulling the cord tight at the butt so I could knot it....it slipped from the sheath and across the pad of my thumb. :eek: A trip to the ER and six stitches later I now have a gauze wrapped thumb. :grumpy:
    I think the skeletonized handle really is the best way to go on the Bitteroot.:rolleyes:

    Paul
     
  7. .45acp

    .45acp

    May 25, 2002
    Rob,

    What is the latest on Bitteroot deliverys.

    Thanks,

    Steve
     
  8. DumboRAT

    DumboRAT

    462
    Aug 17, 2003
    Just got a Talonite one from the great guys and gals at BladeArt.

    In a word: awesome.

    Thank you, Rob, for making such a *_practical_* (multiple use) last-ditch defensive piece -- something that won't raise unwanted eyebrows.

    And for my first piece of Talonite, it's lovely.

    :)

    Allen
    aka DumboRAT
     

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